The oil spill from Sanchi which sank off-China has reportedly spread to 101 square kilometres, or roughly the size of Paris.
China's Ministry of Transportation, meanwhile, says they will be deploying underwater remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROVs) to investigate four leaks originating from Sanchi which is now 115 metres under the sea.
It has dedicated two more vessels for oil response operations; the total number of ships involved in the oil control operation is now 13.
Panama-flagged Sanchi reportedly sank in the East China Sea on 14 January, releasing oil into surrounding waters.
The National Iranian Tanker Company-operated Suezmax tanker, which was carrying 136,000 metric tonnes (mt) of condensate to South Korea, caught fire after being involved in a collision with Chinese freight ship CF Crystal on 6 January, 2018.
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Published: 19 January, 2018
Legal representatives met at the High Court on Tuesday to discuss the discharge of KPMG liquidators from all liability in respect of conduct in the course of winding up, show court documents.
Global sentence adjusts to 80 month’s imprisonment term for both Chang and Koh under application of the Masui sentencing framework; fine of SGD 6.2 million against Chang remains unchanged.
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NBF mulls use of blockchain-based registry of trade finance transactions as secure central database for the banking industry to streamline documentation processes and resolve transparency issues.